1. July 1991: 261 people were killed after a McDonnell-Douglas DC-8 aircraft flying hajj pilgrims to Sokoto on behalf of Nigeria Airways crashed in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, in the worst commercial aviation accident in Nigeria 's history. The Nigeria Airways flight took off from the Jeddah runway but problems with the cabin pressure were identified shortly after the take-off, at 2000-3000 feet. A burst tire and failure of hydraulics quickly followed those stories. The plane lost control and crashed in flames while
Saudi Arabia King. (King Abdul Azeez ibn Salmon ibn Saud) The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a blessed kingdom of many riches - but perhaps none as breathtaking as its commercial capital city, Jeddah. It is a centre of diversity as consist of numerous different cultures determined by attractive and modern commercial centres. But, it is also one which places a strong focus on religion and ethics of the country. Riyadh is considered as the most perfect of the Saudi Arabia's biggest three cities (Riyadh, Mecca, Medina).
Saudi Arabia is unarguably one of the most popular travel destinations among businessmen, tourist and particularly Muslim faithful. Millions of travellers enter the country yearly for business, vacation and on religious adventures. Officially, the flight time from Lagos, Nigeria to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia is about 6 hours. This official flight time assumes a non-stop flight in a commercial airliner cruising at an average speed of 500mph. It is also calculated based on the shortest straight line flight distance
Plane crashes occurs on rare occasions but could be very fatal when they occur.Over the years there have been series of aircraft accident recorded in the aviation sector of the country, but none can be more deadly as compared to the crash of McDonnell-Douglas DC-8 aircraft.
Jeddah Tower (Arabic: برج جدة), previously known as Kingdom Tower (برج المملكة) and Mile-High Tower (برج الميل), is a planned skyscraper on the north side of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. It is planned to be the world's first 1 km (3,281 ft) high building, and the centrepiece and first phase of a development and tourist attraction known as Jeddah Economic City. The building has been scaled down from its initial one mile high (5,280 ft) proposal, which was never fully designed,
1. July 1991: 261 people were killed in the worst commercial aviation accident in Nigeria 's history after a McDonnell-Douglas DC-8 plane carrying hajj pilgrims to Sokoto on behalf of Nigeria Airways crashed in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The Nigeria Airways flight took off from the Jeddah runway but cabin pressure problems were found at 2000-3000 feet shortly after the takeoff. A burst tire and hydraulic failure quickly followed those reports. The plane lost control while trying to return and crashed in flames. It
Everybody knows that Makkah, in spite of its colossal terrain, is surrounded by plains in completely guidelines but one. The distance between the Hijaz Mountains and the Red Sea is other than 60 kilometers, with Makkah located in the middle. Thus, the landscape of the locale would not avert construction an airport in the city. Why, then, sort out the establishment dismiss the idea? The Jeddah airport is practically 100 kilometers left from the foundation of Makkah. In customary traffic, passengers advent fr
All You Need To Know About The Massacre Of 1.5 Million Armenian Christians By The Ottoman Government
The Armenian Genocide is perhaps one of the greatest and most studied cases of mass murder in the whole of human history. The history of humanity has been littered with several cases of deaths and killings for strategic reasons mostly due to religious beliefs and differences in culture, skin color and boundaries. But as I have earlier said, very few of these reasons can come close to the number of deaths that the world has witnessed due to the difference in belief systems. Many of these deaths have been denied
EVANGEL DAILY MEAL Monday 26th October, 2020 TOPIC: GOD WILL NEVER FORGET YOU KEY VERSE: "Behold, l have graven thee upon the palms of my hands thy walls are continually before me" (Isaiah 49:16). TODAY'S TEXT ISAIAH 49:13-16 MESSAGE In one of the rarest cases of oddity, an unidentified woman reportedly boarded a Saudi Arabian Airlines plane from Jeddah to Kuala Lumpur. Mid-air on the trip, she discovered that she had forgotten her baby in the airport and the pilot was informed. After series of consultations,
Today I present you the 8 worst plane crash involving Nigeria. Let take a throwback and look at the 8 worst plane crash in Nigeria and details of the crashes in Nigeria's history. Here is a list of the 10 worst plane crashes in Nigeria's history 1. July 1991: 261 people died after a McDonnell - Douglas DC - 8 aircraft flying najj pilgrims to Sokoto on behalf of Nigeria airways, crashed in Jeddah, Saudi in the worst accident in the history of commercial aviation in Nigeria. The Nigeria Airways flight took off
Jedah Massacre Of 1858 Religious war has always been in the picture as far as the world is concerned, it isn't a new concept rather it is a concept that has literally transcended the war for basics differences in traditions and cultures into a war for religious domination. This war has been in the picture for years and has led to series of battles on several locations. The death toll registered under the tag of "religious war" has become one of the fastest growing numbers of death in terms of war and battle.
Islam is a religion of peace. It is a fundamental religion. It has base and laid down principle to follow. Quran and teaching of the prophet Muhammad are the main principle. A question was asked from Imam Assim Hakeem Assim al-Hakeem is an Islamic fundamentalist living in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and is a Saudi national born on 23 November 1962. ... He is working now as HR & PR Director at onbe of the leading companies in Saudi Arabia in the fields of rock cutting, earth moving and mining. He is a respect Sunni.
An American Pastor converted to Islam after receiving friendly treatment from the kingdom of Saudi Arabia while visiting the kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Samuel Earle Shropshire first travelled to Jeddah in 2012 to work as an editor New translation of the Holy Quran . At first he was full of ware and hesitation because of the negative portrayal of Mulims and especially Arabs by the Western Media. But later he realized that media is not showing the real pictures but fabricated stories around Muslims. Samuel
Money Is Good: See the Interior photos of the most costly private jet owned by a Saudi Arabia Prince
The Saudi Arabian Prince named Al Waleed bin Talal is regarded as a wealthy man who is the founder and CEO of Kingdom Holding Company. This Company of his operates on financial services, entertainment, mass media, petrochemicals, real estate investment sectors, technology etc. He is a shareholder in different companies and this investments turns out to be great. Prince Al Waleed bin Talal was born on 7th March, 1955 at Jeddah to Prince Talal bin Abduo-Aziz known as the Red Prince and the daughter of Lebanon's
Sheikh Assim Al Hakeem took to his twitter page as usual to answer questions from his followers bothering them on islamic issues. while responding to one of his followers, who asked a question, the Sheikh immediately replied saying "take a second wife" without further questioning the man to know what might have led to the wife's action. Assim Al-Hakeem is a prominent current figure in Islam, he is based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The response of the Sheikh has since generated a lot of reaction as some of his followers
King of Saudi Arabia and Prince wait in line after Coronavirus COVID-19 family was infected At least 150 Saudi royal families have contracted the coronavirus, including the governor of the city of Riyadh, who is currently in critical care in a hospital, according to the New York Times. Doctors in the royal family have received a warrant for the removal of at least 500 beds at King Faisal Hospital for possible extra people from the royal family. Saudi Arabia has ordered the hospital to evacuate all patients
In the year 2010, the prominent Kaduna-based Islamic preacher, Sheikh Gumi, was apprehended and confined for over six months by the Saudi Arabian government for apparently associating with Farouk Abdulmutallab, 23 years old underwear Nigerian bomber and terrorist.
The issue of insecurity and terrorism in Nigeria today is really worrisome.Hardly will a single day pass without hearing one form of bad news or the other as it regards terrorism, banditry or kidnapping.
The first-ever women's soccer tournament in Saudi Arabia has been postponed due to a coronavirus outbreak. More than 600 players from Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam are competing in the Champions League. As it was reported from the RFI the first match was not televised on Tuesday evening, the country's media praised the girls' participation in the event. Saudi girls line up to enter Jeddah's stadium. AFP In 2018, Saudi women were first allowed to enter stadiums to watch live football in the country. For years, Saudi
'Jeddah cemetery attack linked to Charlie Hebdo paintings'In Saudi Arabia, an explosion at a non-Muslim cemetery in the northern city of Jeddah during a commemoration of the dead soldiers has sparked unrest in the country. Foreign ambassadors and even foreigners living in Saudi Arabia attended the ceremony, and dozens of them were injured. The French Foreign Ministry said the blast did not kill anyone but injured guests invited to the annual ceremony to honor soldiers who have sacrificed their lives to protect